Concept – art entertainment
"Every child is an artist. The problem is how to remain an artist once he grows up" - Pablo Picasso
"There is no must in art because art is free" – Wassily Kandinsky
Express your freedom with us!
LOLART has been in art education for 12 years-we offer group sessions working with a variety of media and programs. Art comes with a big bunch of LOL–this concept rooted in Lolart School for years has finally led us to a casual and social setting- we are transforming art education into entertainment at LOLART LOUNGE.
The need for everyone to discover or rediscover joy as well as the need to bond with families and friends and the need to enrich life are all understood in our lounge program.
Through socializing art activities (such as our unique event “painting entertainment”) our loungers can gain a sensation that will become a source of strength and meaning. Our experienced art instructors are developing and adding “art games” to help with the sensation of freedom. The art games and paintings for loungers will be both intellectually stimulating and a whole lot of fun. Celebrate different perspectives, swap ideas, reminisce with old friends, and make new ones. Color can make people happy and art can open people’s minds.
We deeply appreciate people who paint like a child. While LOLART school encourages people to paint like Raphael, LOLART LOUNGE encourages people to paint like a kid. We are so excited to work on this new form of entertainment. Rediscover your inner child through art!!
Art entertainment is for everyone- no experience required.
(sign up our school program if you are interested in more formalized program)
"As a child I drew like Raphael but it has taken me a lifetime to draw like a child." Pablo Picasso
"To wake the soul by tender strokes of art" - Alexander Pop
"If you could say it in words, there'd be no reason to paint." - Edward Hopper
" For me a painting is like a story which stimulates the imagination and draws the mind into a place filled with expectation, excitement, wonder and pleasure" - J. P. Hughston, painter